HomePosts Tagged "Greta Gerwig"

Greta Gerwig Tag

Archive

With the news that Netflix has ordered a ten-episode limited series revival of Armistead Maupin’s 'Tales of the City', we’re obviously elated. But the further news that the

Sure, classics like 'Annie Hall' and 'The Philadelphia Story' are considered true benchmarks of the genre, as somewhere long-standing tropes and conventions may be traced back to. But

Since 'Isle of Dogs' premiered at Berlinale 2018, we’ve been delirious with Wes Anderson fever, lauding the charming stop-motion feature that displays the artistic skills of the masterful

We are massive advocates of Greta Gerwig. The buzz surrounding this multi-talented figure reached peak with the release of her endlessly brilliant 'Lady Bird'. From her roles as

The very best way to learn about film is from other filmmakers. More so than your average professor of the arts or newspaper film critic, the directors &

Timothée Chalamet might’ve gone home empty-handed at the Oscars this week, but he’s taken home our hearts. Let us take a moment to celebrate all the reasons Chalamet

It’s worth appreciating that in Saoirse Ronan’s young yet expansive career, she has delivered exceptional acting feats no amount of gold statues stacks up against. Here are ten

Please imagine the following statement accompanied by an awkward, Mumblecore-style ditty played on a small keyboard or ukelele – the Duplass Brothers have landed a four-movie deal with

With the 2018 Oscar Awards fast approaching on March 4, you might want to educate yourself on this year’s worthy nominees. Thankfully Netflix has an abundance of movies